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Here’s how to write a LinkedIn summary that could help you land your dream job, according to a marketing director at LinkedIn
You might be wondering how to write a LinkedIn summary — or if you even need one. Here are some tips from a marketing director at LinkedIn.
Your grandparents’ idea of a ‘good job’ was probably based on a salary and benefits — and 50 years later, things haven’t...
Good jobs in the US today are characterized by things as basic as health insurance and a retirement account — and as complex as personal fulfillment.
Author Myelle Lansat details the six most productive things she did when looking for a new job.
A former Googler and career coach tells clients with boring jobs that it’s OK, and it can even be a good thing
It's fine to be bored at work — in fact, sometimes it's advisable. That's according to Lindsay Gordon, a career coach who previously worked at Google.
Companies are desperate to attract millennials — and they’re rebranding job titles as ‘ninjas,’ ‘rock stars,’ and ...
It might sound silly, but workplace research indicates that your job title plays an important role in how you feel about your work.
Most people know not to use a selfie as their LinkedIn photo — but an analysis of 2,000 LinkedIn profiles found they’re surprisingly commo...
An analysis by employee screening firm JDP found that about 9% of LinkedIn profiles featured selfies, and 15% of headshots were cropped from a group shot.
Interviewers sometimes ask trick questions that get you to reveal information you may have been trying to conceal. Keep reading for 21 tricky questions you might face in your next interview — and for some expert advice on how to answer them.
The best cities in the US for finding a job in 2018 aren't where you would expect. New York City isn't on the list, but Detroit is. Topping the ranking this year were the Midwestern hubs of Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, and Kansas City.
Interviews can be nerve-racking. But if you notice your interviewer doing one or more of these things, there's a good chance you'll get a job offer. Keep an eye out for certain types of body language or questions.
The 15 minutes before your job interview are crucial. You need to stay calm, get focused, and be confident. We spoke to experts to find out the best way to present your best self.